GDPR Advice


The information and advice available on the GDPR legal requirements coming into play on the 25th May 2018 is enough to make your head spin.

For those of you that don’t know, the GDPR is regulations on how you collect, store and use your customer data. It’s important to note that this is not a new data protection obligation. It replaces and mirrors the previous requirement to have ‘appropriate technical and organisational measures’ under the Data Protection Act 1998 (the 1998 Act).

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Mike Bourguignon returns for the second of his blogs!

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Last week we brought you Mike Bourguignon’s first blog with Strelitzia in which we spoke to him about his background, his florist shop in Madrid and how he manages that with his role at Florint too. This week we’re bringing you the second edition of Mike’s blog and this time he speaks a little more in depth about his shop and website and what the main differences are between British and Spanish florists!

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“Our Florist” – Mandy, Sonning Flowers

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In the latest edition of ‘Our Florist’ we are taking a trip to Reading to speak with Mandy of Sonning Flowers. Mandy is the latest florist to feature in our series of blogs and we hope you’ll find her story interesting. She certainly has a unique view of one of the biggest sporting events in the UK each year so keep reading to find out more!

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What do Strelitzia’s florists think of the delivery list feature?


One of the feature’s that Strelitzia’s customer’s love the most is the ‘Delivery List’. “Before we had Strelitzia we printed an excel spreadsheet and the driver had to write all the details in. If you could see his handwriting! Well I don’t need to say anything else!” Sound familiar? Well this was the first thing that Mandy from Sonning Flowers in Reading had to say about Strelitzia’s delivery list. Continue reading

Daniels Blumenstudio: ‘From sceptic to convinced user’

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Before I talk about our present successes with Strelitzia, I have to go back a short while as for us there was a time before Strelitzia. A little over a year ago we were looking for a new EPOS system for our flowershop that would satisfy our requirements and meet the new guidelines from the tax office. After a while we found a well-known provider that reasonably provided what we needed. Because I did not know better, we invested a high 4-figure sum for the hardware, software plus a maintenance contract. This cost us a decent amount each month. In general we like to invest money in things that help us to facilitate the daily work. The sad thing about the software solution was that we weren’t 100% happy with it. It was much too complicated and cluttered. My staff waited on hold to the ‘Help Hotline’ almost weekly and that’s not how we imagined it. The EPOS system should save us time and not cause more work!

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